ORACLE SQL/PLSQL

PL/SQL means Procedural Language/Structured Query Language.

ORACLE SQL/PLSQL Online Training

The most relative databases, information is accessed through SQL, and Oracle is not any exception.PL/SQL could be a programming language like C, Java or Pascal. Within the Oracle world, there are no higher thanks to access your information from within a program. SQL are often natively embedded in PL/SQL programs.

What you will learn

This Oracle training course is an comprehensive course is designed to learn Oracle SQL, PL/SQL, in-depth understanding of the DBMS, RDBMS and features of Oracle. This course helps to learn Select statements, creating tables, Indexes, Views and other Database Objects. The course will also covers complete in-depth knowledge on PL/SQL Blocks, Cursors, Procedures, Functions, Triggers and Packages. Each and every topic is covered with unique case studies.

  • Introduction ORACLE SQL/PLSQL

ORACLE SQL/PLSQL Course Content

 

  • Database Design
    • Database Models
    • Beginnings
    • Some Introductory Terminology
    • Codd's 12 Rules
    • Normalization
    • First Normal Form
    • Higher Order Normal Forms
  • Oracle Standard Interfaces
    • SQL
    • SQL*Plus
    • Oracle Architecture
    • Interfaces to Oracle
    • Command Line Interface
    • Viewing a Sample Table
    • The Graphical User Interface
    • The SQL Buffer
    • The Web-Based Interface
    • Describe
  • The Sample Database
    • The Entity Relationship Model
    • Entity Relationship Diagrams
    • The Sample Database
    • ER Diagram for Sample Database
    • Creating the Sample Data
    • Viewing Sample Data
    • Data Types of the Sample Data
  • Data Definition Language
    • Categories of SQL Statements
    • Oracle Datatypes
    • The CREATE Statement
    • The DROP Command
    • The ALTER Command
    • Integrity Constraints
    • Entity Integrity Constraints
    • Referential Integrity Constraints
    • Modifying Table to Use Constraints
    • Checking Constraints
    • The Data Dictionary
  • Data Manipulation Language
    • DML Statements
    • The SELECT Statement
    • The INSERT Statement
    • The DELETE Statement
    • The UPDATE Statement
    • More SQL*Plus Commands
  • Transaction Control
    • Transactions
    • Command Classification
    • Savepoints
    • The SET TRANSACTION Command
  • SQL Operators
    • Simple Selects
    • Comparison Operators
    • IN and NOT IN Operators
    • BETWEEN Operator
    • The LIKE Operator
    • Logical Operators
    • IS NULL and IS NOT NULL
    • ANY
    • ALL
  • SQL FUNCTIONS
    • Introduction
    • The DISTINCT Keyword
    • Aliases
    • Miscellaneous Functions
    • Mathematical Functions
    • String Functions
    • Date Functions
    • Conversion Functions
    • Pseudo Columns
  • Joining Tables
    • Joins
    • Cartesian Product
    • Inner Joins
    • Equi-Join
    • Table Aliases
    • Non-Equi Join
    • Non-Key Join
    • Reflexive Join
    • Natural Join
    • Outer Joins
    • Right Outer Join
    • Left Outer Join
    • Full Outer Join
    • Oracle-Specific Syntax for Outer Joins
  • Set Operators
    • Introduction
    • Selection Criteria
    • Union
    • Union All
    • Intersect
    • Minus

 

  • SQL Subqueries
    • Introduction
    • Using a Subquery with a DML Statement
    • Typical Subqueries
    • Subquery Operators
    • Standard vs. Correlated Subqueries
    • Correlated Subquery Example
    • Predicate Operators
  • Groups
    • SQL Statements
    • GROUP BY Clause
    • HAVING Clause
    • Order of a SELECT Statement
  • More Database Objects
    • More Database Objects
    • Relational Views
    • Updating a View
    • Create or Replace
    • Forcing a View
    • The Data Dictionary Revisited
    • Indexes
    • Synonyms
  • Reports
    • Report Features
    • Session Control
    • The SET Command
    • The COLUMN Command
    • The BREAK Command
    • The COMPUTE Command
  • Chapter 15: Introduction
    • SQL vs. PL/SQL
    • A Few Simple Examples
    • Saving Procedures
    • A More Complete Picture
    • Comments
    • Variable Substitution
    • Simple Exception Handling
    • Advantages of PL/SQL
    • Assignments
  • Declarations and Data Types
    • Declarations
    • Standard Data Types
    • Initialization
    • Variable Names
    • Specialized Data Types - %TYPE
    • Specialized Data Types - %ROWTYPE
    • Building Your Own Data Types - Records
    • A Quick look at Loops
    • Arrays
    • Tables
    • Nested Blocks
  • Language Components
    • Introduction
    • Assignments
    • Decision Making Statements
    • Simple Loops
    • Loops - for
    • Loops - indefinite
    • Loops - while
    • Simple Loops
    • Nested Loops
    • Boolean Variables
    • PL/SQL Relational Operators
    • PL/SQL Logical Operators
    • The CASE Construct
  • Cursors
    • Introduction
    • Cursor Manipulation
    • Using the Cursor
    • For Loops Cursors
    • Cursor Attributes
    • Cursor Parameters
    • Nested Cursors
    • Cursor Exceptions
  • Exceptions
    • Errors in Programs
    • Run Time Exceptions
    • Oracle Built In Exceptions
    • Unnamed Exceptions
    • Built in Exception Functions
    • Creating Your Own Exceptions
    • Building Non Terminating Exceptions
  • Functions and Procedures
    • Introduction
    • Creating a Procedure
    • Example Procedure
    • Using Parameters
    • Functions
    • Procedures and Exceptions
  • Appendix A: An SQL and SQL*Plus Reference
    • DDL Statements
    • DML Statements
    • Transaction Control Statements
    • Operators
    • Common SQL*Plus Commands
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